Blue Spirit Involved in Rescue

Blue Spirit Involved in Rescue

Well done to Nigel Verrill and his crew for their prompt and professional action.  What they did probably saved the life of a man in a kayak who was in the water.  He was recovered on board and they quickly noticed that he was disorientated, falling asleep and vomiting and clearly suffering from hypothermia.  they alerted the coastguard who dispatched a helicopter to hi line transfer him off the vessel and remove him to hospital.

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Medical and Dietary Declaration

Having a medical condition need not necessarily prevent you from taking a full part in the course but the Club Principal must be aware of any potential problems.

If you are in any doubt about your fitness to take part in a course, speak to us on the clubline prior to your course.

By completing the course booking form you make the following declarations and undertakings:-
I hereby declare that I have recorded below details of any medical condition which may affect my fitness to participate in the course and in particular I have included details where I suffer from asthma/bronchitis, angina or heart condition, fits, fainting or blackouts, severe headaches, diabetes, travel sickness, allergies to medication or other allergies.

I undertake to inform the Metropolitan Police Sailing Club Ltd and the course instructor of any relevant medical condition which may become apparent between now and the start of the course, and of any medication I am taking.

I have included below details of any dietary requirements and any allergies, including allergies to food and medication.